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AURORA SPORTS PARK IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
ALL APS SCHOOL FIELDS ARE CLOSED
Fall 2015 Registration is Open
click on the On-line Registration Link on the left side
RMSA KICK AROUNDS
Kick Arounds for U-08 Boys and Girls and the U09 Boys
These Kick Arounds are clinics designed to give you an
idea of the Intermediate level soccer. Players will be
chosen from those attending the Kickaround to
participate in Intermediate teams for the 2015 Fall season.
Only players who are interested in playing at the competitive
level will be accepted to participate in the Intermediate
Program. This is an opportunity to train and play at a
higher level of soccer.
No Charge for RMSA Members
FREE GOALKEEPER CLINICS START ON
GOALKEEPER CLINICS FOR RMSA MEMBERS
FREE GOALKEEPER CLINICS
Mondays - Beginners
Fridays - Advanced
Rangeview HS Lower Field
FREE SKILL CLINICS FOR RMSA MEMBERS
FREE CLINICS BEGIN ON MARCH 20, 2015
FRIDAY BEFORE THE FIRST GAME
FREE SKILLS CLINICS
Great Plains Park
20100 E. Jewell Ave.
5:30pm - 7:00pm
U-15 Boys Black Advance to President's Cup Quarter Finals!
U-15 Boys Black Advance to President's Cup SEMI FINALS!
Great performance by the RMSA Teams!
U-13 Girls Black win the 2015 Sunbelt Classic in Pueblo
The U-13 Girls win the Pueblo Sunbelt Classic Tournament in great style
The team, coached by Jesse Valladolid and assistant Coach George Ramos, played a
perfect tournament with no goals scored against them.
Congratulations for a great tournament!
We are all proud of our U-13 Girls!
The U-11 Girls took 2nd place at the 2015 Pueblo Sunbelt Classic
The team turned a great performance defeating 3 teams to reach the finals.
It was truly fun watching the girls work their magic throughout the tournament.
Congratulations to the team and coach Alex Bowar and assistant Coach Paul Stewart
for a job well done!
RMSA U-11 Boys Black win the 2014 Storm Classic.
First Competitive Tournament
Congratulations to the Team, Coach Manny Pereira
and assistants Eric Larchick and Ricky Bishop.
U14 Boys Win the 2014 Storm Classic Tournament
on a thrilling pemalty kicks shootout.
Team Coached by Coach Saul Nyang
MORE RMSA CHAMPIONS
U-09 Boys Win the 2014 Broomfield Shootout
Great job team!
Coach Raul Lopez
Assistant Juan Rodriguez
U-12 Girls Win the 2014 Denver Cup
First Tournament Win!
Congratulations to the Team and Coach James Nixon
for a great performance.
U-12 Girls take second place at the 2014 Steamboat Tournament
We are very proud of the Team and coach James for a great tournament!
GF= 11 GA=5
U-12 Girls WIN THE 2013 STORM TOURNAMENT
Congratulations to coach Alex and the team on their first tournament win!
U-15 Girls Black take second place at the Boulder Showcase.
Coach Tiefel and Coach James
U-12 Girls Black Win at the Kalvin Norman Memorial
U-14 Boys P2 team finish second at the Boulder Showcase.
Coach Brian Minter
U13 Girls - Coach perez - Win at the NA Rush Soccer Fest
U-07 Boys team Take second place at the Soccer Fest Tournament
U-09 Boys Thunder take second place at the Stenger Tournament
U-09 Boys - King Cobras - take first place at the Stenger Tournament
You can register by visiting the RMSA office
Rocky Mountain Soccer Academy
15442 E. Hampden Avenue
Aurora, CO 80013
Mon.-Fri. 10AM -6PM
Sat. 10AM - 4PM
For questions regarding registration please call the RMSA office (303-617-5858)
CONCUSSION TRAINING FOR ALL YOUTH COACHES IS A REQUIREMENT BY LAW
Snakenberg concussion law took effect on January 1, 2012
This law makes it mandatory for all youth sports coaches to be trained on how to recognize
concussion symptoms and how to deal with young athletes who are suspected of having suffered a
ALL ROCKY MOUNTAIN SOCCER ACADEMY COACHES ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE A CERTIFICATION COURSE AS MANDATED BY THE STATE OF COLORADO LAW. IT IS ILLIGAL FOR ANY PERSON TO COACH A YOUTH SPORT WITHOUT PROPER CERTIFICATION.
You can obtain certification by going to the link below. We highly recommend that parents take the course as well or become aware of the symptoms of concussion, and the danger it poses to athletes if not properly treated. Please call the RMSA office for additional information. Additional information will also be posted here in the near future.
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